Rusty Spur - Live Music

Live country music 7 days and 7 nights a week.

Established in 1951 as the first bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, the Rusty Spur is an authentic country western saloon, serving up cold beer and live country music with Old West hospitality to locals and visitors from all over the world including Dierks Bentley, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, John Rich, Jake Owen, and Post Malone. walk through our swinging doors takes you back to simpler times where you’ll find young and young-at-heart, rodeo cowboys and city slickers, Arizona natives and visitors from across the pond, all mingle together over great music and drinks in a fun atmosphere.

But before you take a seat at our legendary bar, you should know that you’re experiencing a piece of Arizona history. We’re an official registered historical landmark, ya’ll! Our building was constructed in 1921 and housed the Farmer’s State Bank of Scottsdale from 1921 until 1933 when it closed on March 2nd for a ‘bank holiday’ called by Governor B. B. Moeur. The bank never reopened. Prior to 1951 the building housed the first office of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and then a real-estate office. In 1951 it was renovated to become what is known today as Rusty Spur Saloon. The bank vault remains in place and has been converted to a refrigerated unit to store “the valuables”- beer and liquor!


  • Dates:
    June 1 – June 30
  • Location:
    Rusty Spur
    7245 E Main St
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